If you like binaural beats as a way to meditate or drown out background noise, you may have come across the ones that you can buy. Did you know you can make them for free? If you’re a do-it-yourselfer like I am then you probably would want to play around with making your own. Here’s a great way: Continue reading Generate Your Own Binaural Beats With Audacity
Having to sift through a large directory to get the latest file can be tedious. Surprisingly, I’ve needed this twice in the past month, so I figured I should post it. I hope this helps someone.
In church yesterday, 11/29/15, the pastor said that when Jesus said to render to Caesar what is Caesar’s means that Jesus gave a stamp of approval on all civil governments. That verse, along with Romans 13, and many others, back it up.
At this point, I’m thinking “Clergy Response Team” (maybe). It is so clear that Jesus did not endorse and support hierarchical structures and really any institutions, for that matter. Continue reading Render to Caesar
Making Vim open a new tab for each file from WinSCP
Right-click the file in WinSCP. Choose “edit with” and “configure”.
Add (or edit) an editor.
The external editor path should be:
“C:\Program Files (x86)\Vim\vim74\gvim.exe” –remote-tab-silent !.!
One man walks by faith and another walks by sight. The first man is spiritual and the second is scientific. Both are walking in a legitimate way; neither is wrong. One, however, is creating and changing his world while the other is reacting and being changed by his world.
Sometimes there is a fine line between two actions. One action can be acceptable while a very similar but barely different action is socially unacceptable.
How can a month of music cost more than a month of HD video?
Netflix: $7.99/mo for unlimited high-definition streaming of movies and TV shows totaling hundreds of hours and hundreds of GB per month for a single user.
Spotify: $9.99/mo for unlimited streaming music totaling a few GB per month.
Attention retailers: iphones are not the only type of cell phone on the market. Stock accessories for other phones, too. Thank you.
Well isn’t this an interesting take on things? Story Musgrave (that’s the guy’s name) says that the 1986 NASA disaster was due to criminal negligence. What was neglected? Icicles. The Challenger blew up because of icicles.
This reminds me of the brain teaser where you ask someone how to start a fire using water. It’s counter-intuitive until you realize that water can be used as a magnifying glass. From there, it’s pretty straight forward.
So how do you blow up a space shuttle with ice? Read the first paragraph of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Shuttle_Challenger_disaster. That’s how.
(Interview with Alex Jones – 4:00 he talks about the icicles)
I find it strange that Alex Jones is so comfortable with the NASA narrative. You know, that story that says that they used to be able to go to the moon but now we don’t have the technology to, and that story that says that they lost all of the footage of the moon landings, and that icicles blew up the Challenger. Oh, and that the Challenger had on board the world’s first non-astronaut and OOPS!, it blew up. Sorry about that.
This has conspiracy written all over it, including premeditated murder, and Alex Jones is just too enamored with space to see it. NASA is just another arm of government and Alex is completely trusting of these guys.